Quantum physicists such as Stephen Hawking think time travel is possible, and Anne Strieber thinks that the Visitors are time travelers. If so, what are they trying to change?
The Discovery Channel website "The Daily Galaxy" quotes Hawking as saying, "When a distinguished scientist states that something is impossible, he is very probably wrong. I do believe in time travel. Time travel to the future. Time flows like a river and it seems as if each of us is carried relentlessly along by time's current. But time is like a river in another way. It flows at different speeds in different places and that is the key to travelling into the future. This idea was first proposed by Albert Einstein over 100 years ago.
"Time travel was once considered scientific heresy. I used to avoid talking about it for fear of being labeled a crank. But these days I'm not so cautious. In fact, I'm more like the people who built Stonehenge. I'm obsessed by time. If I had a time machine I'd visit Marilyn Monroe in her prime or drop in on Galileo as he turned his telescope to the heavens. Perhaps I'd even travel to the end of the universe to find out how our whole cosmic story ends."
You may not have the brains of Stephen Hawking, but we have news for you: If you're a contactee, your brain has been changed and you have a special responsibility to help save the Earth. Anne Strieber explains how unanswerable questions and strange experiences improves our brains so that we can better use them to address problems like climate change. To access this information, enter the Subscriber section, click on the Audio Section then click on Special Interviews and scroll down until you see Special Interviews Archive, then click on that. The entire archive will open and you can scroll or do a browser search for the programming you are looking for. But FIRST you need to subscribe today!
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